>> don't you think, david, that in some sense, justice, as we know it, has been done? >> i mean, a jury of her peers set her free. this is the justice we believe in as a country, why do we think we have to have this charles bronson death wish society without taking it into our own hands. >> because the justice, i think, has been procedural, that is, yes, the proper wheels have turned, but that doesn't mean that the outcome is satisfying to our sense of what ought to have happened. >> that's exactly right. there are a lot of people -- >> i'm sorry to interrupt you, rabbi, but there are a lot of people who are just angry, feel she's getting off. >> that's fine. that's their issue. >> it's not her issue any longer. she's been set free. she has a right to live her life according to our justice system. and it's people of mercy, and compassion, we have to let her do that.